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. it was fun because she'd richards was telling the band, aaron -- keith richards was telling the band, erin is going to do a song. we did 23 songs in five days. tavis: i get it, but how is a guy like keith richards producing aaron neville singing doo-wop? >> we grew up listening to the same music. we were like kids. the same thing with paul simon. you can see the same look in everybody's face because music is magic. >> paul simon as a guest on your special, i mention this, aaron neville doo-wop is going to be in march. >> it was great. we had three days of rehearsals. it was a fantastic show. i looked at it, and i am satisfied. it is a great show. tavis: tell me why you think this still resonates. what makes you think in 2013 doo-wop can resonate with an audience? >> everything is in place. it is some great music, and i am hoping i played for young people and they say, that is great. maybe the audience -- i am not going to say my age, because i am 27. >> obviously a little older than you. tavis: to your point about young kids, because your career has had so many different iterations, what d
another suitland high school student was killed and we have no arrest in the shooting of 18-year-old erin kid. he died last night in the parking lot of an apartment. his girlfriend expecting their baby next month. also andre schufford. we learned he passed away. so we have 7 teens dying violently and that is 7 too many. so how do you stop it? that is the question on the minds of everyone. debora has been asking it all day. >> and some say police need to do more. most say it starts at home. but everyone we talk to tonight say it takes a village. and after this recent wave of relentless senseless violence, it seems like the whole village is talking about solution. wpgz radio silenced the movie and talked up the talk on violence plaguing teens. what do you think of the root is all of the violence going on right now? >> we live by it. that's how we came up. >> reporter: 7 teens dead now in six months. gunshots. violence. what's the answer? we talked to murray malvo of the take charge program in forestville, maryland. he makes it his life to had help teens tangling with the law before they mak
. >> you two have more in common than you think. >> we got erin andrews at l.a.x. >> we ask how was your valentine's day. >> did you get a good present? >> yes, i got a couple of great presents. >> what? >> i definitely got the flowers and a nice dinner and we'll keep other things quiet. >> i found her in this video -- i find her condescending and insincere. >> she said she got flowers. >> you got to see how she says it. >> here's the interaction. >> what did he get you? >> i definitely got the flowers which was great. a nice dinner. and we'll keep some other things quiet, right. >> that's a normal person. >> she's so nice. >> hater. >> she feels like regina from mean girls. i'm sorry. >> look who is talking. >> i'm awful. i'm a different sort of awful. >> she's so nice. >> coming up -- kris humphries decides if one of his court hearings is called on a playoff day, he's going to miss the game. >> he might get traded to charlotte. >> charlotte who? >> the charlotte what? >> next "tmz," britney's mystery date solved which we know he loves food and >> "tmz" online and on your phone 24/7. ph
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importantly we have the real deal in the house. we have baltimore winner erin weber who joins us now. look at this, 9 pounds with this. so, you are hosting your first ever oscar party. why did you decide to do that? >> so, okay. over the past two years since the oscars. i have been in africa filming documentaries. this year my scheduled worked auto i wasn't. i thought, i will host an oscar party now. and next year another oscar party. we'll see. >> there glitches and glammer in baltimore. >> not everybody gets to walk down the red carpet at the los angeles theater. it doesn't hurt to feel like a movie star for one night, does it? >> not at all, it is my first, perhaps my last time walking on the red carpet. this is your first party, but you might create a sculpture -- scholarship in coming years. >> i got a scallalthat paid for my first camera and a scholarship helps with every student in college. i would like to give back. it is has been years since i graduated it is time to give back. >> reporter: awesome, we're going to be partying with you here tonight. now, let's walk the red carpet
secular opposition. i just think we'll have to wait and see until the next election. >> we thank erin cunningham. erin, please get some rest. we're thankful that you were able to join us at that late hour. >> when we come back, these huge sodas that they're banning. it's not just regular and diet, it's rich and poor, and black and white. >> where you live matters. a life expectancy of 62 years another in northbound baltimore 82 years a 22 life expectancy difference. cheap is good. and sushi, good. but cheap sushi, not so good. it's like that super-low rate on not enough car insurance. pretty sketchy. ♪ ♪ and then there are the good decisions. like esurance. their coverage counselor tool helps you choose the right coverage for you at a great price. [ stomach growls ] without feeling queasy. that's insurance for the modern world. esurance. now backed by allstate. click or call. >> welcome back to "the young turks." the new york city board of health recently approved a ban on sugary drinks that are more than 16-ounces. an interesting thing has hap
the state never established one. >> delay delay delay delay. >>reporter: erin brockovich and name sake movie from 13 years ago made this chrome infamous. her effort helped spark a law mandating the california department of public health to come up with a maximum contaminant level in drinking water by 2004. nine years later and still no standard. >> supposed to be here to help protect the health and welfare of a community or of a state. i'm doing that. >>reporter: we asked to peck to somebody from the department of public health. they declined because of this. the natural resource defense council and environmental working group filed lawsuit against the california department of public health over the lack of a standard. renee sharp is with ewg. >> think about the number of children number of adults that have been exposed for practically our life time at this point. >>reporter: like it or not usually takes 10 years to get that cooped of information. toxicologist with the epa says it takes time to set standard. more test need to be done to determine how dangerous the compound is to
they assume they will breast-feed. erin meyers was t same way. her friends were nursing without a problem. she e had major problems. >> them not sleeping and i'm frustrated and she's frustrated and my husband is frustrated. they are just going great and it's wonderful and do you need milk because i have plenty. >> reporter: her girlfriends told her to try fenugreek. . new mothers often turn to other mothers instead of a doctor for nursing advice. they suggest home remedies like tea leaves to ease pain. milk thistle and oatmeal to increase milk production. >> cabbage leaves to try you up so stay away. >> reporter: it's not something they teach in medical school. >> so i was curious as to where they were getting this information and whether this was officially known or more on the down low. >> reporter: the doctor surveyed 100 lactation consultants. more than half recommended one of these folk remedies. although none has done on the safety taking herbal supplements, most say they are probably just fine. >> those things wouldn't be expected to have any adverse effect probably aren't that helpful,
is a new mom. >> brand new mom, a student of mine. >> this is erin. nice to have you with us. your baby is 3 months old? >> right. >> we saw her in the green room. she's so beautiful. she didn't come in because we were afraid if she woke up she might cry. what's good about yoga after birth? >> yoga is about the core and stress relief. as all new moms know those are the things we want the most, stress release and core. >> getting rid of the belly. >> you're doing well. >> she's doing great. >> what are some of the things you should do. >> i will have her stand in the center of the mat. with nursing, holding the baby, take your arms up, just open the shoulders. she's standing hands to feet. lifting up like this can help you open up and feel good and open up the shoulders. >> drawing in her tummy? >> that's a great question. as a matter of fact you do it better if you pull in your tummy and lift up. it's the core that helps you open your chest. >> how long do you hold the pose? >> as long as it feels good as a new mom. you can take your hands down. she'll turn this way to show the one that
insurance like the medical device tax. with us today is erin shucosky. she has been a clinical nurse for 30 years in baltimore. she spent the last ten years coordinating the research on a study to approve a new replacement discs to treat patients suffering from crippling neck and back pain. over time, erin discovered that she suffers from the very condition that her work aimed to treat. on her days off, aaron would -- erin would spend time at her daughter's game, barely able to move, and then would have to good home and spend most of her time there with an ice pack on her neck. she went in for surgery and got the new disc replacements. erin is with is in a cervical color today -- cervical collar today but shes on the mend. the new medical device tax in obama care makes it harders for researchers to develop those devices in the united states and makes its hard for patients like erin to get the care they need. obamacare is unnecessarily raised the cost of health care. even those with preexisting conditions could get the coverage they need without a trillion dollar government program costing a
tax. with us today is erin shucosky. erin has been a clinical nurse of 30 years in baltimore. she spent the past 10 years coordinating the research on a study to approve the last under in to approve a new replacement disc to treat patients suffering from crippling neck and back pain. over time, erin discovered that she suffered from the very condition that her work aimed to treat. on her days off, and would spend time at her daughter's lacrosse tournaments barely able to move, and then would have to go home and spend most of her time there was an ice pack on her neck. she went in for surgery and got the new disc replacements. erin is with us in a cervical collar today, but thankfully she is on the mend. the new medical device tax and obamacare makes it harder for researchers to develop those innovative devices in the united states, and thus makes it harder for patients like erin to get the care they need. obamacare is unnecessarily raise the cost of our health care. even those have preexisting conditions could get the coverage they need without a trillion dollar government program
can't get to her. it's a mess everywhere, so highway 49 is actually blocked right now. >> erin mcpike is in wichita, kansas and meteorologist jennifer delgado is at the cnn weather center. we start with you erin, it stopped snowing for a little while at least right? >> reporter: it looks like it has stopped, yes, however, the governor of kansas, sam brownback did declare a state of emergency here because we have seen a lot of snow pile up in the last four hours or so. we've got somewhere between 6 to 8 inches. if you can check out over here a little bit, obviously you can't see the road but also we've seen snowplows go by all morning long eight to ten times making a median, big eepz of snow theheae middle, a huge mess. carol one of the interesting things about this snowstorm is that it's thunder snow, we have some video from earlier this morning of lightning and thunder with that snow. we'll play that here for a second. i guess you can see it. and because of this snow, so much of the state is shut down today, most of the universities are closed, lots of public schools, the governm
stuck, too. we are covering it all. cnn's erin mcpike is in kansas city, missouri, and meteorologist jennifer delgado is tracking the storm in our weather center. let's begin with erin in the nation's heartland, good morning, erin, it looks terrible. >> reporter: good morning, carol. we're getting about two inches of snow an hour, but what i want to tell you are the power outages. we talked to kansas city power and light all morning and the power outages have doubled and tripled since we first started talking to them, up to 35,000 power outages just in the kansas city metro area. there are also about 10,000 power outages in texas and another 10,000 or so in oklahoma. that's a problem for those getting heat so that's something to watch out for. also around me it's getting harder to see if you can look a little bit behind me here you don't see very many cars on the road. however the cars that we have seen have gotten stuck, one of them rolled down the hill so it is very dangerous. we also know from kansas governor sam brownback that there was a second death in this storm reported last
this. chad is in the weather center. stand by. i wantxdÑi to go first to erin mcpike, who i was e-mailing earlier saying, please stay warm, you say you haveq been so far. by the looks of yourxd surroundings, it looks chilly.xi >> reporter: the worst of the storm rightlp no7Ñ" is over. it looks to be sleeting a little bit right now. but the storm itself is over. that does notfá éñ mean the pai e1 tell you. we haveok gotq about 38,000 pow outages still in kansas city. about 10,000 more infá texas an more+ in oklahoma and let me sw you why, brooke. look at Ñie1this. the snow here is really, really heavy. if you get hit with something like this, it is reallya5ñr goo and bringing down power lines. ñ outages. also, 20 miles south of here, in belton, missouri, there was a whole building that collapsed because of this heavy snow. you know, last week, we were in wichita, and we sawu peo#s+Ñ rooftops, because you want to get thatxd heavy snow off, so y building collapses like we had earlier today. brooke? >> erin m÷cpike, to all the people in kansas Ñicity, put th snowballs d
three for the must-reads. robert train um, doug hataway, and erin. what is your must read? >> there has been a lot of missed opportunities at the state-wide level for republicans to take back the senate. christine o'donnell in delaware and so forth. an interesting story in today's "the new york times," a group of wealthy individuals, saying never again. we'll influence the process, and although we won't influence it from a literal sense, we'll steer money to people that actually can win. u.s. a wise mo it's a wise move. >> what's your read? >> ron brown, an article in "the national journal." an insightful and indepth look at the new normal. winning coalition in national politics, which says that you have to get the votes of african-americans and latinos and young people and liberal whites and conservative white men, not as important as they used to be. a new formula for winning and an interesting article about that. >> a good one, i'll pick it up as well. >> erin, yours? >> this is a story about how personal life which often gets a lot of scrutiny, has an impact on policy, and that's --
covered from all angles. erin pike is in wichita and jennifer delgado in the cnn weather center. erin, let's start with you. >> it is freezing here. a lot colder than yesterday. 14 degrees, and here in wichita, they got the second highest snowfall in recorded history. 14.2 inches, so because of that, lots of school districts remain closed. yesterday, wichita was a ghost town. trying to dig out today. most of the flights out of kansas city international airport are canceled this morning until 9:00 central. the airport is open, though, as you mentioned, and flights look to be on time throughout the afternoon. we'll keep monitoring that for you. the wichita and st. louis airports are also open. dozens of cancelations, so viewers traveling to and from those areas need to pay attention. the roads very icy, officialed wa want people to stay off the roads if they can. >> thank you, erin. jennifer gel de jennifer delgado. >> for areas in wichita, parts of missouri, they will be try. this is what's left of the storm system, producing light system, we're not talking about more than two inches. louis
could take the throne. here's cnn's erin mclaughlin. >> reporter: for over 500 years, this was the resting place of king richard iii. what was once the location of a church is now in municipal car park. archaeologists found his remains here at an ill-fitting shallow, hastily dug grave. they say that he did not have any sort of shroud or coffin. now earlier today, a panel of experts released their findings. culmination of months of detailed analysis involving dna testing, bio carbon testing, and environmental sampling. they can now say beyond any reasonable doubt they have found the remains of king richard iii. >> i can now tell you there's a dna match between the maternal dna from the descendants of the family of richard iii and the remains we found at the grave dig. the dna evidence points to these being the remains of richard iii. >> reporter: richard iii will be reburied at lester cathedral. not far from here. officials say that they are planning to hold a memorial service in his honor so he can have one final resting place, they say, that's dignifying and fit for
too. anderson starts now. >>> thanks very much, erin. good evening, tonight on the program, the bunker busters, new details about what happened in that alabama bunker. in the split seconds when authorities went in. seconds that spelled life for a little boy who turned 6 today and death for his captor. >>> take a look at this man who's 74 years old, he's on a pharmaceutical cocktail that makes it possible for him to look like that. the question tonight, has he found a healthy fountain of youth? or a prescription for disaster. what you need to know before you do what he's doing. >>> a program that takes guns out of the hands of known criminals. with all the talk about expanding background checks this one seems to be a no-brainer. it's a program in california that does exactly what everyone agrees should be done. takes deadly weapons away from dangerous people. we're talking about thousands of weapons each year. what's surprising, is that the number of weapons taken out of the hands of law breakers could be so much higher and more lives could be saved if only there was more money availabl
. erin burnett "outfront" starts erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> we are moments away from a news conference where we expect to learn what happened in that cabin outside los angeles yesterday. last night, we heard this. >> burn it down! >> just do it, right now! [ bleep ]. >> in a few moment, we hope to find out if the body found in that cabin is the suspected cop killer and also what led to his death. plus, thousands of people are trapped on board a crippled carnival cruise ship. they're running low on supplies and living this their own filth. and two of president obama's key nominations could be on hold. one of the senators considering a delay, rand paul, is with us to tell you why. let's go "outfront." and good evening, everyone. tonight, we have breaking news on the los angeles man hunt that ended with a body dead inside a mountain cabin. in just a couple of moment, we could learn if christopher dorner was the man found last night. authorities have been working to identify the charred remains and police say they have reason to beli
." i'm erin burnett, for the 3100 passengers and more than 1,000 crew members leaving the cripples cruise ship behind me, there were two songs of the night, sweet home alabama, and the sweet music of a ship's whistle. >> well, listen to that horn, martin. look how happy they are to hear that. port of call horn, means they're about to dock. >> that's a sound that many family members are waiting for. >> i'm sorry, martin, you were saying? >> joyful noise at the carnival triumph came into port. i remember hearing that horn, everyone stopped dead and watched that. people have been coming off the gang way. it's been very smooth so far from everything we have heard. it's gone floor by floor, from bottom to top. this, of course, was not the triumph's intended destination, but a fire on sunday left the ship almost dead in the water. main power was gone. toilets did not work. hallways became open sewers. it was truly a nightmare cruise. tonight, there is cheering. literally, fizzily cheering because the nightmare is over. passengers are screaming onshore, piling onto the buses, leaving bus
for being with us. >>> tonight erin burnett explores how the oscar pistorius murder case in trial in south africa will differ from cases in the u.s. these are important questions and differences. watch erin burnett outfront at 7:00 on cnn. >>> jodi arias back on the stand after another day of graphic, graphic testimony. today could be the day she finally testifies about killing heric ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. stay with us. why turbo? trust us. it's just better to be in front. the sonata turbo. from hyundai. but at xerox we've embraced a new role. working behind the scenes to provide companies with services... like helping hr departments manage benefits and pensions for over 11 million employees. reducing document costs by up to 30%... and processing $421 billion dollars in accounts payables each year. helping thousands of companies simplify how work gets done. how's that for an encore? with xerox, you're ready for real business. >>> colorado is working out rules on who can buy marijuana in that state. beginning neck month the state expects a wave of out of state visitors coming for p
, and e.j. deon and from salon erin carmone. >>> vice president joe biden will deliver the keynote address at a gun violence summit, ten miles away from the site of the shooting in newtown. as congress prepares for a major battle over the sequester, biden's speech is proof that the white house isn't letting up on new gun safety laws. neither is the president's campaign organization turned advocacy group. organizing for action is holding gun safety events around the country tomorrow to ebb gauge its 2.2 million supporters and launching a $100,000 ad campaign targeting gop senators. they are up against the ultimate lobbying bohemath. today the n.r.a. is beginning phase two of a $350,000 ad campaign. it includes print ads like this one that will run in five states targeting north carolina senator kay hagen. the ad reads "will obama's gun proposals work? his own experts say no." the debate continues at the national level, and states are moving quickly on gun legislation, but in opposite directions. today the new jersey statehouse will vote on 20 bills, including banning magazines over ten roun
, what happens next? >> love the story. thanks very much for watching. "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next, the blade runner runs free, at least for now. a judge hands down a decision in the bail hearing for oscar pistorius. >>> uncovered. al qaeda's quick and easy guide to dodging u.s. drone strikes. >>> another asteroid warning. look up, look out, and let's go "outfront." >>> good evening. i'm tom foreman in for erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, no guns, no alcohol, but no jail either. tonight the olympic blade runner oscar pistorius is free. >> i come to the conclusion that the accused has made a case to be released on bail. >> south africa's chief magistrate told the courtroom early this morning pistorius, accused of murdering his girlfriend, is not a flight risk and would not commit more violence if released from jail. and with that, pistorius met the requirements for bail which was set at about $112,000 u.s. pistorius is believed to be staying at his uncle's home. he's had to surrender his passports and guns. he must report to police twice a week and re
. is this true? >> i think you have to step back for a second, erin. this is hardly a news flash. father donald cousins wrote about this 20 years ago. father andrew greeley coined the phrase lavender mafia talking about a subculture within the catholic church. but barbie was quite right. this is focusing the electorate's attention on the mismanagement of the courier, the roman bureaucracy in the vatican, and no doubt, whether they're looking for a conservative or a liberal, i think that's beside the point. they're looking for a reformer. somebody who will come in and honestly appraise what's happened here. the many gaffes that were allowed under benedict's reign, and hopefully clear some of this up. >> scotland's bishop has resigned over allegations he abused four men. he said i'm not going to join them for the conclave in person. i do not wish media attention to be focused on me. but the vatican's own spokesman won't comment on whether he'll participate in the conclave or not. how can this be? >> they're good at spinning the story in the way they want to spin it. today, we heard in a press bri
're covering this for you state by state. erin mcpike got the short straw. she's in kansas city. i've watched you this morning as you've been getting hit with driving slow and it looks line a slushy mess behind you. how are things? >> reporter: well, that's right. the snow has been really bad, but it's finally let up as you can see. roads were treacherous if a while, but lots of snowplows coming by. but for as thick a layer of ice as we hd eaad earlier, you can things getting better. the big story is the power outages. already in kansas city there are 45,000 power outages in this area. 10,000 in texas. thousands more in oklahoma. that's the big problem obviously because it's cold out and people need to have heat. they need to have their power. >> that's just a thick messy snow, not the easy stuff that you can get rid of. the kind of stuff that's hard to shovel. >> well, it is really hard to shovel. and the other thing is that there are some traffic lights up the street that are actually covered in snow and you can't tell which light is lit. but the heavy snow is snapping power lines and that'
dramatic pictures for you tonight. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" or should i say out back tonight, the "a" word. with three days until the forced spending cuts kick in, house speaker john boehner today dropped an a-bomb. >> we have moved a bill in the house twice. we should not have to move a third bill before the senate gets off their -- and begins to do something. >> on the other side of capitol hill, senate majority leader harry reid says it's the republicans' fault. no butts about it. >> i think he should understand who is sitting on their posterior. the speaker is doing nothing to try to pass anything over there. >> well, the president didn't engage in the posterior pow-wow but did play the blame game. >> there are too many republicans in congress right now who refuse to compromise even an inch when it comes to closing tax loopholes and special interest tax breaks. and that's what's holding things up right now. >> "outfront" tonight democratic congressman chris van holland. not every day we get to hear that word used on capitol hill. >> i wil
's last day, anchored by erin burnett and chris cuomo here in new york. this will be broadcast on cnni. this is history. you'll want to stay all day. back to rome for live coverage of pope benedict's last day. >>> and forced spending cuts, it appears just about everyone in washington believes this ax will drop. a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well m
to the young man's family and was blessed for a second time. erin johnson of our station in seattle has the story. >> reporter: she likes to hut her head to his chest and listen to his heart beat. >> oh, yeah. steady. >> reporter: at 17, connor had been a star catcher, being recruited by division i schools. his life changed in 2005, when they told him he needed a new heart. that if he didn't get one, he would die. >> you pray for someone to save you, but at the same time, you need to pray for them to die. >> reporter: kellen roberts was a seattle kid, very alive, generous to a fault. he drove his red truck all over the country. lived life on his terms. connor was dying. march 7, 2005, on a trip to sioux falls, south dakota, kellen hit his head in a freak accident. there was hemorrhaging. circulation was cut off to his brain. he died there far from home, but not far from minneapolis. he was an organ donor. the transplant was a success. the engine of life had passed from one man to another. >> i just wish he should know how grateful i am for him. >> reporter: aaron, more than anyone, unde
that few people had seen. >> this is laurene, and that's erin, reed, eve, and this is on their family vacation. >> jobs married laurene powell in 1991, a former investment banker who could hold her own with her mercurial husband. >> and she's a great balance. he knows to pick strong people to be around him, and he sure did when he married laurene. >> now, this is... >> reed, his son. reed is very much like his father, except for, he has his mother's kindness. eve is a great horseback rider. eve, i think, might someday be in the olympics with horseback riding. erin has a great sense of design, is a really cool kid. >> his fourth child is lisa brennan-jobs, the daughter jobs had with his girlfriend in 1978 and neglected for more than a decade until she moved in with the family as a teenager. isaacson said their reconciliation was important to jobs because his own birth parents had abandoned him. >> he felt there was a hole. he felt something was missing. >> in 1986, he began searching for his biological mother and found joanne schieble simpson living in los angeles. >> did she know that
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